Milena Mühlenkamp

Milena Mühlenkamp

Milena Mühlenkamp

Berlin

T +49 30 52133 20038

Legal Consultant

Areas of practice

Milena Mühlenkamp supports companies and business units in the digital transformation and innovative design of their processes. She uses her extensive experience in the development and integration of legal tech solutions to make corporate processes more efficient, digital and user-centric. She is part of the Luther.Solutions team, which rounds off Luther's legal consulting and service portfolio with digital solution modules (legal tech), elements and methods for designing workflows and processes (legal design) and legal project management.

Vita

Milena Mühlenkamp studied law at the University of Osnabrück (Germany) with a focus on German and European corporate and capital market law. During her studies, she completed the specialised foreign language training in Spanish and worked for several years at the professorship for Chinese law in Osnabrück. Since the end of 2021, she has been deepening her knowledge in a part-time Master of Science program in Business Management with a focus on business analysis and process management. After working for a legal tech firm in Berlin for almost two years, Milena Mühlenkamp joined Luther in April 2022 as a Legal Consultant at the Berlin office.

Clients

  • Process management in the legal environment: Development and implementation of a new process and organisational model incorporating various legal tech solutions for an international logistics company
  • Process design and implementation of a system for the maintenance, analysis and creation of legal data points in an electronic file and data management system of a medium-sized law firm
  • Process design and implementation of a solution to map the legal requirements for an automated claim release in mass claim cases in the automotive industry
  • Design and implementation of BI solutions: User workshops, infrastructure and implementation management dashboards
  • Set-up and integration of an AI environment for automatisms in the legal area